Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Daniel For a young man who went into recovery early in his life, an Ammon Foundation scholarship is helping Daniel get closer to his dreams. The Ammon Foundation has not only enabled him, an aspiring teacher, to pursue his educational goals, but it has also given him the freedom
The Importance of Exercise for Immunity We all know that exercise is good for us, but did you know that it might be able to ward off the common cold? Moderate exercise is a great way to improve our overall health and mental wellness, and help improve our body’s natural defense system. Research
6 Ways To Cope More Effectively With Midterm Exams As the middle of the year approaches, students feel more stressed as they prepare for midterm exams. While you might start to panic and feel overwhelmed, there are some ways that you can effectively manage your stress levels and potentially boost your midterm grades.
World Health Organization reports alcohol kills 1 in 20 people worldwide The World Health Organization (WHO) has just released a new report, titled “Global status report on alcohol and health 2018,” detailing the extent of harm caused by alcohol, the measures that countries are taking to reduce the impact, and the worldwide disease
Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Vicki Wooten For Vicki Wooten, drinking seemed the way to a good time, until it slowly leached away everything she valued. Appearances mattered more than anything, and Vicki always looked like she was having fun. The reality was that her family didn’t want to spend time with her, she
Community, Recovery, and World Gratitude Day September 21st is World Gratitude Day. It has been said that gratitude is an action word, which means we don’t just feel grateful, we have to act on that feeling. One type of gratitude to try this autumn is mindfulness, where instead of focusing on past concerns